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Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko joined the club from Monaco in 2017 for a fee of £40m, but the Frenchman hasn’t had it good at Stamford Bridge.
He struggled to perform in his first season at Chelsea under Antonio Conte, and Maurizio Sarri didn’t give him a chance at the club. Frank Lampard as well opted it was best for Bakayoko to be out on loan.
Currently on loan with Monaco, Bakayoko is attracting massive interest from top European clubs.
According to reports from Le10Sport, both OGC Nice and Paris Saint-Germain have lodged enquiries over Bakayoko, with AC Milan also believed to be interested in the midfielder.
French club Olympique Lyonnais have also made their advance by asking about the availability of Bakayoko.
According to reports, Chelsea will accept €35 million for Bakayoko, but his €5m-a-year net salary might be a problem as well.
Transfer 20 also report that Premier League side West Ham are monitoring Bakayoko’s situation at Chelsea and are also keen on signing the midfielder.
Would it be a good choice for Chelsea to finally let go of Bakayoko?